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Refreshing KPI Data in SSRS 2016

Continuing my blog from last week, Creating KPIs in SQL Reporting Services, I am now going to explain how to configure scheduled data refresh for the KPI that was created in that blog post. Prerequisites 1.  SQL Server Agent must be running 2  Credentials must be stored in the Data Source 3. Caching must be […]

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More SQL Saturday Precon News(Real-time Dashboards)!!!!

As you read in my earlier post, I am delivering a couple of precons in Tampa, FL and Richmond, VA.  Well, I just found out that I will be delivering the same session in Houston, TX at their SQL Saturday.  Bring your laptop, grab a cup of coffee and get ready to learn.  You can […]

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Creating KPIs in SQL Reporting Services

In this blog I will explain how to create a Key Performance Indicatory (KPI) in SQL Reporting Services 2016.  Let’s get started. The first step is ensuring that you install the latest CTP for SQL Server 2016.  After that, you need to create a dataset.  Datasets can be created using Report Builder or SQL Server […]

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Upcoming SQL Saturday Precon Sessions (Update!!!!)

Wow, Power BI is making a tidal wave in the BI industry.  New features are being released regularly and blog posts are flying across twitter.  How can you keep up?  Well, if you are in Tampa, FL or Richmond, VA join me in one of these two full day sessions where I will explain and demonstrate how […]

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SQL Server 2016 Row-level Security and SSRS a perfect match

In this blog I will explain and demonstrate how to leverage a new feature in SQL Server 2016, Row Level Security (RLS) with SSRS.  Detailed steps including the TSQL script and SSRS project is provided at the end of this post.  To get started, you need to setup RLS.  In this example I will use […]